Date: 2-8pm, Wednesday 26th September
Location: The Lighthouse (Conference Suite), 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow, G1 3NU
Date: 9.30am-6pm, Thursday 27th September
Location: St Luke’s (Main Hall), 17 Bain Street, Glasgow, G40 2JZ
This free event will explore how digital technologies and infrastructure help enable innovative co-creation and co-research with communities and can build new communities of learning, shared knowledge and creativity.
The event contributors include researchers, community groups and representatives, artists, and commercial partners who have worked with the Digital Transformations and/or Connected Communities Themes over the course of their development.
The two-day event will include a range of activities including talks, presentations, workshops, performances, networking and exhibition elements.
Wednesday 26th September:
- Helen Manchester (University of Bristol)
- Giovanna Fassetta & Esa Aldeghei (University of Glasgow)
The Roundtable Session:
How do we use the digital to support new forms of collaboration and co-creation and to create more inclusive forums of knowledge production?
Speakers will include: Keri Facer (University of Bristol); Jon Rogers (Mozilla Foundation); Richard Clay (Newcastle University);Ming Lim (University of Liverpool Management School).
Short screening of films created by Michele Aaron and Bryony Campbell as part of the AHRC-funded Life:Moving project, a collaboration between researchers at the University of Birmingham and the John Taylor Hospice.
Book Series Launch:
The Connected Communities Theme will launch the Foundation Series, 8 reviews exploring the different theoretical and methodological foundations of collaborative research. The reviews will be available to view at the event and download online afterwards.
Thursday 27th September:
Decolonising the Digital:
How far and in what ways is our digital world reinforcing existing elites and hierarchies? How far is it a potential vehicle for change and resistance?
Speakers will include: Natalia Cecire (University of Sussex);Nelson Mundell (University of Glasgow); Tim Hitchcock (University of Sussex).
Disability, Illness & the Digital:
How can digital environments help us to reconceptualise disability, illness and accessibility? How can processes of co-creation prioritise the experiences and insights of people with illnesses and/or disabilities?
Speakers will include: Michele Aaron (University of Warwick); Martin Levinson (Bath Spa University); Jayne Wallace (Northumbria University).
How can digital environments promote co-creation and collaborative methods in research and what represents best practice? What have we learnt from trying to build connected communities?
Speakers will include: Hannah Wright (Glasgow Women’s Library);Chiara Bonacchi (University of Stirling); Mike Wilson (Loughborough University).
How are digital environments fostering the re-evaluation of the nature of the archive and encouraging different communities to create new types of archive? How can creating archives challenge existing power structures and enhance community identity?
Speakers will include: Rebecca Kahn (Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society); Simon Popple (University of Leeds); Niamh Moore (University of Edinburgh)
Attendance is free, but places are limited – please register via the Eventbrite page.
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